How producers may be organizing around some common themes in 2019, plus a look ahead to Hart Energy’s new video program launch.
Markets are looking past the vortex; NGL margins are on a roll.
Last year ended with the worst quarter for upstream equity issuances since 2010 as only two equity deals raised $67.5 million.
Government seeks to free up $580 million to boost company’s sagging production.
In the short term, midstream infrastructure may be overbuilt but high export demand points to a strong future, according to two new reports.
Brent and WTI price changes have started to stagnate, lending some much needed stability to prices.
While energy bankruptcy filings slowed in 2018, the total amount of debt in oil and gas remains staggering, a recent Haynes and Boone report says.
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Seismic shifts lie ahead as the U.S. continues to grow as a global energy export power.
The recently expanded Panama Canal provides an essential connection for LNG and other energy exports.
I fell into the energy business midway between the two shortage-plagued oil shocks of the 1970s and I relish several high points during my career: visits to the North Sea and Prudhoe Bay; a tour of Henry Hub; time at Kenai, Alaska, within the nation’s first LNG liquefaction plant; and an itinerary around Singapore’s sprawling refinery/petrochemical industry.
Several companies in the sector play crucial roles as the midstream grows to handle greater sales abroad.
Important trends could buffet the growing U.S. export market.